The Pearlfisher Garden wins Gold Award at the 2018 RHS Chelsea Flower Show
We’re thrilled The Pearlfisher Garden has received a Gold Award at this year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show in the ‘Space to Grow’ category.
After more than a year in the design and making, The Pearlfisher Garden has been designed to highlight the threat of plastic waste to the world’s largest garden – the underwater garden of our great oceans. Through an immersive and creative garden design, it showcases the dichotomy between the beauty and destruction present in our oceans.
We’re pleased the garden has been recognised for its extremely important and relevant message of aiming to become a call to action for designers, brands and businesses to create sustainable life-cycles for all packaging and products of the future and for consumers to rethink the impact of their own actions.
The Pearlfisher Garden receiving a Gold Award would not have been possible without the hardworking people who helped bring the garden design to life:
Garden Design: Karen Welman, Founding Creative Partner, Pearlfisher
Garden Design: Jonathan Ford, Pearlfisher Founding Partner and Creative Director, Pearlfisher
Garden Design: Miles Wagner, 3D Designer, Pearlfisher
Garden Design: John Warland
Coral Man Sculpture: Jason deCaires Taylor
Partner: Plastic Oceans Foundation
Partner: Tŷ Nant Water
Partner: Veolia UK
To find out more about The Pearlfisher Garden please click here.
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